Soap is useful for helping remove sweat and dirt from your skin and is a part of our personal hygiene routine. Making natural soap is all about avoiding the use of any ingredients that could be toxic and are manufactured in ways that use substances which is harsh for our skin. Soap is fat or oil mixed with an alkali. The oil comes from an animal or plant, while the alkali is a chemical called lye. In bar soap-making, the lye is sodium hydroxide. Liquid soap requires potassium hydroxide it is then combined and heated oil and lye results in soap
About The Artist
Vinitha makes organic and natural homemade products such as soaps and cosmetics such as lip balms of different fruit flavours and her organic venture are known as Aranyastore on Instagram.
The Workshop Began
Vinitha greeted all the participants and thanked the host for the lovely introduction. She first started writing the measurements required in the making of the soap and first started adding distilled water and added sodium hydroxide which was 72.2 gms and mixed the solution also adding cocoa powder and blending them together. She continued adding the mixture in the mould and advised to not unmould it before 48 hours and concluded the soap making process workshop
Towards the end of the workshop
Vinitha created an organic and natural coffee soap with different natural solutions, which looked soft and rich in natural oil for bathing and personal hygiene. All the attendees appreciated the natural soap made by her. All the participants showcased their co-created natural soap. The host thanked Vinitha for teaching everyone to make their own natural soap.The attendees were from different parts of the country. They also belonged to different age groups but their love for art brought them together on a single platform. The Circle Community, as always, was successful in connecting artists and curating a magical and positive vibe together. On this note, here’s us signing off until next time!Also, for more information on upcoming Circle Experiences, follow us on Instagram.